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Craig Glazier speaks at the Friday public meeting on the Gold Pan Complex. (Tod McKay Photo)

Gold Pan Fire is Still in the Wilderness, but Larger – August 19 Update

After some wind and continued hot temperatures this weekend, the Gold Pan Complex of forest fires is now listed at about 27,034 acres in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness...

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Flames from the Beaver Creek Fire. (USFS Photo)

Sun Valley Fire Causes Evacuation of Over 2,000 Homes

The 100,000 acre Beaver Creek Fire has caused the evacuation of over 2,000 homes in the Hailey and Ketchum, Idaho, areas.

The fire has been pushed by high winds for several days and personnel now number over 1,150 people with 10 helicopters and support from air tankers...

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The Nez Peak Fire August 14. (USFS Photo)

Nez Perce Peak Forest Fire Added to the Gold Pan Complex

The Gold Pan forest fire Complex in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness now consists of four named fires - Gold Pan, Goat, Thirteen and Nez Peak...

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Fire crews burning slash near the Deep Creek Campground along Magruder Road. (USFS Photo)

Gold Pan Complex Forest Fire is Burning Slowly – Bass Creek Logging

With the Gold Pan Complex growing only about 20 acres Wednesday, the fire crews were able to conduct some burnouts and get rid of slash piles created when they removed hazardous snags from high winds last week...

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Along the Magruder Road, burned trees were uprooted by thunderstorm microbursts Friday. (USFS Photo)

Friday Storm Snaps Trees – Humans Leave Campfires Burning

The Friday thunderstorms, which stretched from Lost Trail Pass to the Canadian border, caused power outages, fallen trees and broken branches throughout the Bitterroot Valley...

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Pony Complex forest fire is sending smoke to the Bitterroot Valley. (USFS Photo)

Bitterroot Valley Forest Fire Smoke Coming from Boise Area

Forest fire smoke in the Bitterroot Valley is not coming from any fires on the Bitterroot National Forest. Instead, the forests southeast of Boise are full of fire and winds have brought heavy smoke into our area...

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Phillip Manuel Gold Pan Fire meteorologisst (left) and Tim Sedlock of the National Weather Service prepare a weather balloon. (USFS Photo)

Gold Pan Fire Meteorologists Use Weather Balloon

With a Red Flag warning issued by the National Weather Service, more information was needed on the Gold Pan forest fire in the Frank Church Wilderness...

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Burned trees along the Magruder Corridor. (USFS Photo)

Gold Pan and Moose Meadows Forest Fire Update – August 7

Firefighters have had opportunities to prepare for movement of the Gold Pan Forest Fire in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.

The 16,000 acre fire in the West Fork Ranger District of the Bitterroot National Forest has stayed in the wilderness area so far, but crews have built over 25 miles of fireline as a contingency to the east of the fire between the wilderness and Painted Rocks Reservoir...

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Excavator Clearing Understory Vegetation Forest Road No.1303 (USFS Photo)

Forest Fire Update – Gold Pan and Moose Meadows – August 5

The fire crews at the Gold Pan and Moose Meadows forest fires are reporting increased burning as the forest dries out, following last week's rain showers...

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Gold Pan Command Center
The Gold Pan Forest Fire Command Center. (USFS Photo)

Rain Storms Slow Area Forest Fires – Only For a Few Days

This week's lightning and rainstorms provided a little relief for firefighters on both the Gold Pan fire in the Frank Church Wilderness on the Bitterroot National Forest and the Moose Meadows Fire on the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest...

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